All that I know of tomorrow is that Providence will rise before the sun ~ Jean Baptiste Lacordaire
It’s a city rising, moved by philanthropists, architects, artists, bankers, shopkeepers and others who have engaged in The Providence Portrait Project http://providenceportraitproject.com/ to revitalize Providence, R.I. a city full of history, art, architecture. I enjoyed a day in this city last week when I went to visit my niece who is an architect at Union Studio Architects, and is currently involved in the design of a new library in Tiverton, Rhode Island. http://www.unionstudioarch.com/ .
I encountered so many wonderful sites in Providence that had to do with architecture, history, libraries, books, art, design and education that I will share what I saw through images, rather than words. Enjoy the pictures!
My next stop will be in a city of mansions where wealthy bankers, investors, venture capitalists and entrepreneurs lived in the early days of our country. Many of them invested in the railroad which allowed for westward expansion of commerce and thus, more prosperity for citizens of our country. Many of the castle-like mansions have become museums, open to the public for touring.
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Above two images – my niece Kara explaining about the Providence Portrait Project http://bit.ly/14tLl1w.
Image above: Symposium Books, Providence, RI www.symposiumbooks.com
Image above & below: Athenaeum Library http://www.providenceathenaeum.org/
Twin Sisters (yeah, I know, it’s hard to believe) together at the List Art Center
Walter Feldman Book Arts Studio http://brown.edu/academics/visual-art/facilities
At the Gates of Brown University, Providence, RI http://www.brown.edu/
Image above: John Hay Library http://library.brown.edu/about/hay/
Three Images Below: Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology
Above: Catherine Bryan Dill Center for the Performing Arts http://bit.ly/16MpQN5
Above Image: The Edna Lawrence Nature Lab in Providence, RI http://naturelab.risd.edu/
Photo above & below: Strolling the streets of Providence looking at church architecture and steeples.
A beauty, isn’t it?
Image below: Grace Episcopal Church, Providence, RI
I found providence, grace and many more fulfilling things in Rhode Island! Thank you Kara, for being a tour guide and showing the sites.
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